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... waiting for us. The 7 girls had a ball! We cooked up all our veges expecting to have a fruit check at the border, however SA checks at Ceduna! The boys went to the bar for some bonding and had a great time, including chats with the managers. Apparently every shower here costs $100 due to pumping the water up from the bore, desalinating it, then heating it for a shower, they have their own generator which runs constantly. Amenities here are ...
... and a great butcher (3D Butchery). I don't think we have ever seen meat as good as this and the prices were cheaper that we have seen in a long time. Wish we had a separate freezer that we could have filled up. At least we had some beautiful meat for the next two days.
Gilgandra is the junction of the Newell, Oxley and Castlereagh Highways on the banks of the Castlereagh River. The ...
... gear and have their skis in hand
ready to ascend onto the slopes.
Now, what I have failed to inform you thus far (even though
I’m sure that many of you already know) is that the forecast for our destination
today was rainy and windy.
As we waited at the bottom of the tube we were quietly hopeful
that things would not be as bad as predicted at the top. However, a little hope
disappeared when news ...
... see were the first building in Canberra which was the surveyors hut and the Australian Defense Force Academy. At the ADFA they have all branches and the students earn their degree before going off to train as an officer. We also learned that if they are walking alone they can walk but if they are in groups of two or more they must march. I found that very interesting. We ended our tour by making a quick stop at the ...
Well we went to visit Tony today! Left the campsite around 10.00 and went straight to Parliament House. What a magnificent building - very impressed! Paul had to forfeit his pocket knife at the entrance and even though we both set the security alarm off, they let us in anyway. We had a quick toasted sandwich at the cafeteria then joined the 1.00pm Official Tour. It ...